IFC vs IFE

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Hey Everyone.
Quick question about IFC vs IFE.

It's not stated explicitly that the arguments to IFE are signed/unsigned.
In my mind this means that the arguments of IFE must be signed, since otherwise it's just a binary comparison anyway.
Is this right, or am I missing something in the documentation?

I'm working on a cycle-accurate HW version of the DCPU16.
Posted May 25, 12 · OP
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Signed or not, equal is equal. If two numbers are not == signed, then they still won't be if unsigned, and vice versa
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[EDIT] just realized we're comparing non-zero cases. IE the result of binary AND vs the result of logical AND -_-
Sorry. It's that kind of day.
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